The Domaine Michel Cheveau was created in the 1950s by André Cheveau and is now operated by his son, Michel, and his grandson, Nicolas. The family home and the cellars are situated in the heart of the village of Solutre-Pouilly and they have vineyards in Burgundy as well as the Saint Amour region in Beaujolais where old vines are the source of fruit for this wine. The wine is rich, full, and massive in the mouth. Deep, with plenty of sweet fruit, but still vibrant and youthful, this supple, muscular, exceptionally concentrated Beaujolais has the stuff to stand up to a wide variety of dishes but it’s a natural with Turkey and all the traditional side dishes. A whopping 150 cases of this wine come to the United States, so this isn’t likely to last.